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Once I knew we wanted to make a light fixture, I chose this metallic decorative chain from Home Depot to hand the fixture from the ceiling.

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When all the parts are ready. Stain and varnish to desired finish. Glue copper pieces (part J) in place after the stain and varnish are dry.

Now, glue two pieces of your 2x4s together to create part I. We started with two larger pieces and cut them down, as per the designs.

Here’s are 12 great DIY light fixtures from some amazing bloggers – if you want to pin the images for later, please follow the link and pin from the original source 🙂

We’ve had this light in our kitchen since we moved in. Sure, it’s pretty… but in my opinion it’s outdated. It’s not my style. AND it’s not centered!  That’s three strikes. Time for a change.

Three 5 ft. chain kits (above) Three sockets Three light bulbs 25ft. of wire (how low you hang it will determine how much you need) Screws Three 1/2″ copper clamps Wood glue Epoxy (to glue copper pipe)

In the meantime, I decided to replace the ceiling light. When I started looking online, I ended up at 1STOPLighting (Canada Lighting Experts in Canada), and immediately found a ton of inspiring industrial light fixtures! There were SO many amazing fixtures, I didn’t know which ones to chose! I love the steel look, the brass, and the caged lighting – I can’t narrow it down! Choosing one for my space was definitely difficult. But I looked through them and highlighted 9 of my favourites for you.

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When I started a DIY blog, I started with simple crafts. The thought of one day creating my own light fixture was no where near my radar, and truth be told – terrifying. But here I am, a couple years later excited about new lighting projects. And I’ll be the first to tell you – you can do it too! I wanted to give you some amazing examples of beautiful DIY industrial chic light fixtures that you could build at yourselves to get you started.

I hope you found some great inspiration! Do you have a favourite from this collection? I’d love to know which one!

Wire and hang up your beautiful new fixture! I LOVE how ours looks. Such a HUGE transformation! I love the rustic, vintage vibe it gives off, and I LOVE LOVE the new feel of my kitchen 🙂

A list of lumber required for the project is included in the design plans.

When I started this room reno, I knew two things for sure, 1) I wanted to DIY a light fixture, and 2) I wanted to get rid of that awful ceiling light.

I need to add more lighting to the space in the form of bedside table lamps or sconces, so I decided that I would DIY these fixtures. I found the lamps (below) and I’m using the guts to create two brand NEW industrial lights. I’m so excited to share this project with you tomorrow! (stay tuned….)

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I’m sorry to tell you that this is the final Home Depot Challenge 🙁 It’s been SO fun getting creative with new Home Depot projects and working with my fellow amazing bloggers! I’m SO happy that you enjoyed it!

Industrial decor is definitely a favourite style of mine. I’m slowly transitioning most of the rooms in my home and giving a rustic/industrial feel to them. Including the Industrial Guest Bedroom that I started for the One Room Challenge two weeks ago! I started by sharing my Modern Industrial Bedroom design plans and shared our progress last week, along with 10 tips for starting a room renovation. Now I’m deciding on lighting for the room, and I’m sharing all of the amazing options with you!

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So many beautiful options for our guest bedroom! Which one do you like best? What do you think we picked?  I’ll be revealing which fixture we picked in a couple of days!

Start by cutting all of your wood according to the “cut list” in the design plans. Sand all pieces prior to assembly.

Once the glue is dried on part I, use a hole saw to drill a hole into the part. We used a chisel to break out the plug.

One Light Mini Pendant (love the idea of these hanging down on both sides of the bed!) One Light Faucet Wall Sconce Weathered Wall Sconce

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Assemble your side frames (parts C, G, E). Glue and clamp to let dry.

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For now, make sure that you check out the other projects from the final Home Depot Challenge. Click the photo below to find the tutorial!

Twelve Light Bronze Chandelier Three Light Bronze Chandelier Weathered Six Light Chandelier (this one is a bit more expensive, but I had to include it!)

Assemble the sides, top and bottom together. Glue and screw everything into place.

Use a forstner bit to drill out the bottom and allow access for the wiring (see diagram).

Next, you want to cut out part F and put them in place to mark out the part you want to notch.

Finally, cut and assemble parts B and D for the top of the light fixture.  Also assemble the bottom of the fixture – parts E and D.

Use your table saw or router to notch out the middles of the F parts. The parts should fit snuggly.

Here’s where we started. I empty basement bedroom, with one small window above the pony wall, and one horribly outdated light fixture on the ceiling.

After the side frame was dry, we made a jig to drill all of the holes for our dowels to ensure that they all lined up.

Well friends, it’s time for another Home Depot Gift Challenge! This is the challenge when we chose an item from Home Depot (*not sponsored, we just like their products!*) and a creative group of bloggers made new DIY projects form that object. This month we chose chain, which was perfect because I have been wanting to make this new Industrial Pendant Light for a while now!

Cut plugs to fill the screw holes. Use wood filler to fill any holes. Once the glue and filler is dry, give the piece a final sand.

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